Shotsmag review of Dancing On The Grave: highly recommended

This great review for DANCING ON THE GRAVE just appeared on the Shotsmag website, courtesy of Sue Lord. She is another who hopes to see more of Grace and Nick…

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DotG-front-cover-lo-res“This intriguing novel is a departure from Sharp’s acclaimed Charlie Fox thrillers, as this ‘standalone’ narrative has an opening that is as powerful as it is insightful and disturbing.

“Newly qualified Crime Scene Investigator Grace McColl and DC Nick Weston are called out to investigate a shooting. On the first time they meet, they consider that there is something more complicated about this case, something troubling.

“It seems that there is a killer stalking the Lake District; one who carries a Gun.

“Nick Weston’s past has brought him to Cumbria, transferred from London. He is not welcomed by his police colleagues. They are wary of him, as he is an outsider. Grace is also an outsider; committed to her job—she is an intelligent woman who has something to prove, as there is a shadow in her past, one that requires redemption.

“The working relationship and chemistry between Grace and Nick is finely drawn, with excellent characterisation and observation, making the reader ponder if this is the start of a new series.

“The secondary characters are equally well developed including Edith, a lonely, unloved—and in some ways an unlovable teenager; and then there is the deeply troubled Patrick.”

To read the whole review on Shotsmag, click here.

Sue Lord

Sue Lord